Cynthia Timm Ward ’80 has a colorful career. Indeed, this stained glass window repair artist has learned to let the light shine.
It doesn’t take a college degree to see that earning one grows more expensive every year. Yet, while a TCU degree isn’t cheap, it may be more justified (and competitive) than you think.
Attending TCU is like most other things in life. Where there’s a will, there’s a way.
There’s no business like show business — like no business that Kara Harshbarger ’95 and a growing number of Frogs know.
Eric Letsche ’94, Brenda Lindenberg ’95 and Gwen Burgess ’97 are among the Frogs who have headed to L.A. All three now work for Columbia TriStar Television.
In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth. No, there was a big bang, and life slowly formed into the world we know. Biology Prof. Rudy Brun figures there must be some middle ground.
For a lifetime — not to mention 29 years at TCU — Don Ivan Punchatz has made his point by sketching whole other worlds.
But first there were nine. Nine co-eds living and learning together, cultivating friendships that would last for the next 60 years.